Sahera Chohan is a TV, radio and corporate presenter, where she has presented a number of prominent shows for the BBC, Sky TV and the BBC World Service. These include ‘Countryfile’; ‘The Really Useful Show’; and the hard-hitting documentary series ‘East’, where she was nominated an RTS Award for Best On-Screen Talent. These days Sahera works as a leadership development trainer and coach in business.
Sahera is an L&D Consultant, Facilitator, Coach, Speaker & Author with 25 years’ experience working with individuals and teams in a wide range of global corporate and public sector organisations. She specialises in Leadership Development, Team Engagement, Personal Impact, Building Resilience & Self-Esteem and Presentation Skills.
Sahera Chohan is passionate about helping people achieve their maximum potential in all walks of life, having achieved much in my own life. At the age of 7, she dreamt of being on television. Twenty years later she was hired as a chaffeur for the BBC. Two years after that, she became an award-winning television presenter, with three shows running on BBC TV and was herself chauffeured around in a stretch limo!
Over the past 30 years, Sahera Chohan has worked with leaders and managers across the private and public sector in many cultures, including Europe, USA, India, Pakistan and Latin America. During this period she has designed and delivered high-profile transformation programmes in organisations such as NHS England, Unilever and the Financial Conduct Authority. With a passionate and dynamic way of communicating, Sahera is an exceptional trainer and coach who brings her authentic, inspiring and bold style to both challenge and support teams and individuals at all levels.
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Global Pandemic, Climate Change, Virtual Tourism: Twenty Twenty novel predictions from 1995
As 2020 comes to a close we remember the late author Nigel Watts and the eerie predictions he made about this year in his 1995 novel “Twenty Twenty”. Nigel’s predictions are shared through the voice of his widow, Sahera Cohen.The World Insights Climate